Things To Do In Los Cabos
Located at the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula south of California, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, Los Cabos is the perfect place to leave the cares of everyday life behind. Boasting a dramatic desert backdrop, Los Cabos is comprised of two towns — San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas — that are divided by a 20-mile corridor lined with world-class resorts and championship golf courses.
Cabo San Lucas’ Marina is regarded as a luxury yachter’s paradise. It’s also one of the most popular tourist destinations for the best deep-sea fishing in the world and a wide variety of activities. A traditional Mexican town, San Jose del Cabo’s downtown main plaza is a thriving Art District that’s also great for shopping and dining. Its stunning gold-sand beaches are also home to great surfing and wildlife, including gray whales and turtle hatchlings.
- Land's End Slide 1 of 3: Located at Land's End, El Arco is a rock formation carved through rough winds and seas, and it serves a s a great place to spot frolicking sea lions or radiant Pacific sunsets.
- Downtown San Jose del Cabo Slide 2 of 3: A 200-year-old town, today’s San Jose del Cabo offers a wide variety of shopping, art museums, tours and restaurants to take advantage of the charm of the old colonial Mexican city.
- Cabo San Lucas Marina Slide 3 of 3: The neighborhood around the marina offers a rich collection of things to do while enjoying the spectacular seaside views — watch the luxury yachts arrive, observe the local fishing boats pulling in their catch, or relax and watch the world go by.
Connecting San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, The Tourist Corridor is a four-lane highway surrounded by stunning views of both the desert and coastline of the Sea of Cortez. Medano Beach, on the end of the Corridor where Cabo San Lucas begins, is the epicenter for party and play.
Los Cabos is perfect for any type of traveler. Adventurers can take a thrilling ATV ride to untouched vistas: from beaches and forests to mountains and canyons. Eco-tourism enthusiasts can enjoy hiking along deserted trails, mountain biking the remote Punta Gorda or Cabo Real Natural Reserve, riding horseback above rock canyons, or touring atop a camel along the Baja outback and shoreline.
From off-roading the Baja California Sur dirt racetracks and sailing the high seas to zip lining 300 feet above washed-out canyons, this is the place to push your limits.
Spend a day at sea catching blue marlin, striped marlin, sailfish, roosterfish, yellowtail or dorado. In early autumn, watch as hundreds of gray and blue whales migrate to warmer waters.
Whether it’s surfing, snorkeling, stand-up paddle boarding, or simply a walk on the shore, Los Cabos has a beach for you. Take an unforgettable dinner cruise along the shore. And, if you’re craving a wellness day, Los Cabos is the ultimate spa getaway destination.
Los Cabos’ award-winning golf courses are ranked some of the best in the world. Courses throughout this region have been developed by legends of the sport, including Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Greg Norman.
From posh designer boutiques and world-class jewelers to hidden trinkets and exotic bargain souvenirs, the plazas of Cabo San Lucas offer a unique ambiance, a distinct variety of goods and an exotic shopping experience. Individual tastes merge with unprecedented style within its upscale shops of Plaza Bonita, located in the downtown Marina area. There are also cigar and tequila stores throughout the city.
If you love authentic Mexican food, Los Cabos is a delicious culinary landscape ripe with traditional Mexican dishes and specialties. There’s also a mix of culinary influences from all over the world, making Los Cabos a delicious culinary landscape. If farm-to-table dining is your passion, you won't be disappointed with the number of restaurants that offer creative concoctions. From Baja California wines and grass-fed burgers to basil margaritas and oysters straight out of the sea, foodies will be delighted with the range of mouth-watering options.
When the sun sets, Los Cabos comes alive with unending nightlife. After-dark action includes dancing the night away with cocktails of every color in bars, nightclubs, cantinas and live music venues, some owned by music legends. San Jose del Cabo may be a little more on the quiet side, but its nightlife offers sports bars and breweries.
Delta Vacations vacation packages include round-trip airfare aboard Delta to San Jose del Cabo International Airport (SJD). Round-trip transfers between San Jose del Cabo International Airport and your hotel are included with your Delta Vacations package. We also offer upgraded transfers.
On your Delta Vacations Los Cabos getaway, you can choose beachfront accommodations along one of the beaches in Cabo San Lucas, or along the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez within the exclusive community of Puerto Los Cabos. Your enchanting oasis comes well equipped with relaxing pools, exquisite dining and spa treatments.